Antique Clock Repair and Restoration

Antique clock repairs require a special touch. These types of repairs warrant experience, knowledge, and a delicate hand. Antique clocks are aged and can be very fragile, so it is important to handle each clock with care and caution. Beyond their timekeeping properties, we are aware that many antique clocks represent fond memories from childhood or even memories of loved ones. We take this into consideration on every clock we repair and do our best to make sure you are comfortable leaving your clock with us to repair. We have the proper tools and experience necessary to make sure your antique clock is repaired properly and incurs no damage in the process. Furthermore, your clock maintains the original mechanism so it never loses it's old world charm.

Services Provided

Every clock is different and may require different services. For starters, it is important to have your clock serviced every 3 to 5 years as regular maintenance. This is a standard oil and adjustment that keeps your clock on time and properly lubricated.

For clock s that are in need of full repair we provide a complete overhaul of the clock mechanism. This repair includes a complete disassembly of the mechanism, a deep clean in an ultrasonic cleaner, replaced bushings with brand new bronze bushings, and other odd end repairs that are necessary. This can encompass any combination of the following services:

  • Bushing Replacement
  • Case Refinishing
  • Click Spring Replacement
  • Custom Manufacturing of Parts
  • Dial Repainting
  • Gear Cutting
  • Glass Repair
  • Glass Replacement
  • Main Spring Replacement
  • Pinion Manufacturing
  • Pivot Replacement
  • Polish Pivots
  • Porcelain Dial Repair
  • Ultrasonic Deep Cleaning
  • Wood Repair

Antique Clocks We Repair:




Bailey, Banks, & Biddle

Birge and Fuller



E. Howard and Company

Eli Terry



Gustav Becker






Le Coultre Atmos

New Haven





Standard Electric time


Are you looking to convert your clock into a battery operated one?

Check out the options we provide for battery mechanisms along with a brief pros and cons explanation for this conversion.